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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Comes After LeBron James Amid New York Drama
- Updated: November 14, 2017
On Tuesday, James continued his social media smackdown of the Knicks, retweeting a photoshopped scene from “The Dark Knight” to reflect the level of destruction he and the Cavs inflicted on the Knicks during their heroic comeback on Monday night.
— Donavon Deese (@LordDonavon) November 14, 2017
Hours later, Brooklyn Nets forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson responded to James, reminding him of the defeat James suffered in NYC when the Cavs fell to the Nets on Oct. 25.
Y’all ain’t leave Brooklyn NY like that 🤷🏽♂️🤷🏽♂️😅
— R.HollisJefferson (@IAmCHAP24) November 14, 2017
Hollis-Jefferson can talk all the trash he wants about the two teams’ last matchup, but he may have wanted to look at his team’s schedule before calling out James. The Nets will travel to Cleveland on Nov. 22 to face off against the Cavaliers and there’s no doubt that James will leave it all on the court for that game.
While some may question whether or not the four-time NBA MVP is the king of New York, there’s no doubt that he remains the king of Northeast Ohio.